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Hi Everyone-

I am trying to make a slideshow dvd of some wedding photos. I completed the project in VW7 and when I went to use the dvd builder to burn the project, it froze. I manually added the project by clikcing on the add titles button but it doesn't show up in the project editor pane at the bottom of my screen and I have no title displayed on the menu. I burnt it anyways and you can watch the dvd but you have to go into the "titles" section with the remote and manually choose title 1 (title 2 is the menu). I read the posts on here and uninstalled IE7 and WMP11 and it still is not working. As a matter of fact, now when I open the dvd builder, it says "loading components" and then shuts down (back to VW title page). HELP!

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Sometimes, after removing IE 7 and WMP 11, the software will not work until it is uninstalled and reinstalled. Try that.

 

I'd try a Windows/ Add Remove Programs/ Change/ REPAIR first.

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I looked at the link. My version (VW 7) is not on the list of supported products. Do you think it would still work?

 

VideoWave 7 is a program contained in the EMC 7/7.5 suite. There are others like Creator Classic,DVD Builder,Sound Editor, etc, etc,

 

Go ahead and try it.

 

 

 

 

 

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VideoWave 7 is a program contained in the EMC 7/7.5 suite. There are others like Creator Classic,DVD Builder,Sound Editor, etc, etc,

I think VideoWave 7 was also a standalone product, but that's beside the point.

 

Did you happen to install Windows XP SP 3?

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No not yet. No one has answered me as to whether or not the clean install will work on programs that are not listed on the clean install's list of supported programs

 

Products: Easy Media Creator 10

Easy Media Creator 9

Easy Media Creator 8

Easy Media Creator 7.5

WinOnCD 9

WinOnCD 8

 

Also, I'm a little beyond my experience in editing my registry. I have no idea how to "export" it.

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No not yet. No one has answered me as to whether or not the clean install will work on programs that are not listed on the clean install's list of supported programs

 

Products: Easy Media Creator 10

Easy Media Creator 9

Easy Media Creator 8

Easy Media Creator 7.5

WinOnCD 9

WinOnCD 8

 

Also, I'm a little beyond my experience in editing my registry. I have no idea how to "export" it.

Print off the instructions and follow them exactly; it tell you how to export it.

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IT WORKS!!! Thank you to everyone for all your help. Couple of questions. Do I have to turn off Windows auto update so it doesn't try to upgrade to WMP11 and IE7? Can I delete the registry list I created or shoudl I keep it for a while? Thanks again :)

1) Yes

2) It is a small file; keep it for awhile just in case you layer find someting tha is not working - I doubt it.

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Do I have to turn off Windows auto update so it doesn't try to upgrade to WMP11 and IE7?

In addition to turning off auto updates, you can hide the nag to update WMP11 and IE7 when you do manual updates so they never appear in yout update list again which Insures you won't accidentally install them. At least that's what I remember . . . haven't been in Windows in a long time. ;) Oh, and avoid SP3. I understand it installs IE7 that can't be downgraded.

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You can use Auto-Update, WMP11 is only a 'recommended' update so won't be installed by the auto updating

 

For IE7, download and run the following file from Microsoft

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=en

 

This will block IE7 from automati installation

 

That shows how 'critical' an update it actually is when MS themselves provide a means to stop it happening :lolL

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In addition to turning off auto updates, you can hide the nag to update WMP11 and IE7 when you do manual updates so they never appear in yout update list again which Insures you won't accidentally install them. At least that's what I remember . . . haven't been in Windows in a long time. ;) Oh, and avoid SP3. I understand it installs IE7 that can't be downgraded.

SP3 does NOT include IE 7. However, if installed after IE 7, it makes it impossible to uninstall IE 7 unless SP3 is uninstalled first.

 

I had a Hard Drive problem on the WinXP, and did a reinstall immediately followed by SP3 (which I downloaded from download.com using the library computer system and a Flash drive - no way I was tackling that with 56k). It had no problelms, and hasn't even prompted me to add IE 7 when I do a custom download of the updates each month. (I've never considered the "express" option.)

 

Lynn

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